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2011 Gibson J45 TV Special Order  –  £2999

2011 Gibson J45 TV Special Order – £2999

ON HOLD  This special order J45 TV is a great example of Gibson’s Custom Shop adding a twist to their already loved True Vintage series. Built to the same precision detail as the traditional J45 TV, this example is finished in a particularly vivid Cherry Sunburst - a...

1935 Gibson L00  –  £4799

1935 Gibson L00 – £4799

SOLD  The L00 is probably Gibson’s best know blues guitar, and to find a 30’s example is becoming quite difficult. This is one of the best sounding blues guitars I've played, full of character, vibe, and mojo. When you pick the guitar up you soon realise why it's been...

1967 Gibson LG0  –  £1299

1967 Gibson LG0 – £1299

NEW ARRIVAL  Only introduced in 1958, the LG0 is a small bodied, all Mahogany, ladder braced acoustic - like a Mahogany topped LG1. The guitar has a warm, mellow tone, handling fingerstyle playing particularly well, although a brightness comes through when strummed,...

1958 Gibson Country Western  –  £5799

1958 Gibson Country Western – £5799

SOLD  60's Gibson slope shouldered dreadnoughts are fantastic guitars, but the jump to a 50's model is incredible, in fact I could run out of superlatives describing it's sound. So let's just say it's everything you could want from a vintage Gibson, hugely versatile,...

1992 Gibson L-00 1936 Reissue –  £2199

1992 Gibson L-00 1936 Reissue – £2199

NEW ARRIVAL  The 1936 L-00 Reissue is one of Gibson’s first historic acoustic reissues, and a great example of them trying to capture a moment in history. The L-00 is one of the most iconic blues guitars ever, and by choosing a 1936 model they picked one of the most...

1938 Epiphone Olympic  –  £1849

1938 Epiphone Olympic – £1849

NEW ARRIVAL  This guitar is from Epiphone’s golden archtop age, when the company was still based in New York before they were bought by Gibson in 1957. 30’s and 40’s Epiphone archtops have long been considered among the best of their kind, and the Epiphone Olympic is...

2012 Gibson Advanced Jumbo  –  £2199

2012 Gibson Advanced Jumbo – £2199

NEW ARRIVAL  The Advanced Jumbo is a fine example of why Gibson’s reissue series is so important. The AJ was first introduced in the 1930’s, and only 300 were made. So very few people will ever have the privilege of playing one. When Gibson reintroduced the model on...

2022 Gibson SG Standard ’61 with Maestro Vibrola  –  £1599

2022 Gibson SG Standard ’61 with Maestro Vibrola – £1599

NEW ARRIVAL  Gibson introduced the SG '61 Reissue to pay homage to their legendary SG Standard. Originally launched in 1961 as a temporary replacement for the single cutaway Les Paul, the SG soon became popular with rock and blues players who were impressed by its...

1934 Gibson L50  –  £1999

1934 Gibson L50 – £1999

SOLD  1934 is the only year Gibson made the L50 in this shape - introduced in 1932 it had a shrunken dreadnought shape with a central sound hole, and by 1935 the body widened and had F holes - the 1934 model has a more traditional L00 style shape with arched top, flat...

1969 Gibson J-160E  –  £2999

1969 Gibson J-160E – £2999

NEW ARRIVAL  Forever associated with the Beatles, the J-160 E is one of the most famous guitars of all time. Interestingly in 1969 the body shape changed from slope shoulder to square shoulder, giving the guitar quite a different look, but still the same recognisable...